Parliamentary elections should not affect the economic performance of the country and undermine the economy, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said.

"Elections should not affect the development of the country. If a country has normal democracy, continuity of government, responsible government and opposition, the elections should not undermine the general stability, the economic one in particular," the PM said on Tuesday in the interview with the Mykolayiv regional TV and radio company.

Azarov called on politicians not to speculate about the statements that after the parliamentary elections hryvnia will collapse, and food prices will increase, as there are no objective reasons for that.

"The same government, which is working now, will remain after the election. It will continue this economic course. The composition of the Verkhovna Rada will change, the new deputies will come, but if they are responsible for the stability of the country, they should act for the good of the country," the head of the government said.

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